Governor Evers released several Executive orders on July 30, 2020; one declaring a Public Health Emergency and another issuing an Emergency Order that requires individuals to wear face coverings when indoors and not in a private residence (with some exceptions as defined in the order).
As such, masks are now required to be worn at St. John Nepomucene when inside the parish facility (including attending Mass), the parish office and the school (please click here).
Please click below to find the press release, in which you will find the links to each of the executive orders, as well as a list of frequently asked questions. This order will go into effect on Saturday, August 1st.
Hello current Hall of Fame Members. I am writing this letter to inform you that we are going to put our banquet on hold for now. Because of the current situation in the world, I believe it would not be in our best interest to hold the event this year. I am confident that we will be able to hold this event again at some point; so please, keep sending in your new nominations for the Hall of Fame.
Also, please talk to anyone that you know that has any interest in volunteering their time in the St. John Athletic Association. They do not have to have kids at St. John School, just a willingness to volunteer a couple of days out of the year. This group has been around for many years and I would like to see that tradition keep going for many more!
For any questions on current things regarding the St. John Athletic Association, please contact Tim Verhagen. He is the current Athletic Association President.
Thank you for everything you have done for the Athletic Association! Please stay safe and healthy!
Sincerely, Rob Eiting, Hall of Fame Committee Member
Come join the “Blessed Is She Study Group” on Thursday evenings starting September 17th at 6:30 p.m.
We will be studying the book “Rooted”. The purpose of our study is to reflect on the beautiful teachings of our Faith through the catechism and Scripture and build community and relationship with each other as sisters in Christ. For more information, please email Tammy.
Also, contact Tammy by August 28th for a discount on your book!
With a heavy heart the Spierings Cancer Foundation has made the decision to cancel their 12th annual event Rock Cancer that was scheduled for August 15th. Unfortunately, cancer has not been canceled though and they still need your donations to help support their mission!
Rock Cancer is not just about the music, it is the main fundraiser for the foundation and the money raised goes towards helping families in our community that are battling cancer. For more information, please visit: https://spieringscancerfoundation.org/.
Ten-year-old Isaac Vasquez has turned an art project into joy for those in need.
The soon-to-be fifth-grader at St. John Nepomucene Catholic School in Little Chute is making crosses for sale, and is donating half of his earnings. Isaac makes as many as five crosses a day, charging $10 each, although many generous people pay more, said his mother, Abby Vasquez.